A new push toward sustainability literacy at the College aims to empower students to work effectively for a more resilient world.
With a total of $138.7 million raised, the BOUNDLESS fundraising campaign is the College of Charleston's most successful philanthropic effort to date.
There are six identical study rooms in the Liberty Street Residence Hall, but for senior Nicholas Mashuta the sixth-floor study room is special.
As a senior software engineer at Pandora, Andrew "Drew" Rodman '14 knows something about the elaborate balance between man and machine.
Susan Kamenar '08 revolutionized the social media scene with the "snap-umentary" #EverestNoFilter which chronicled two athlete's trek on Mount Everest.
As a team leader for North American commodity sales at Bloomberg, Emilie Gallagher says she uses her liberal arts education to help her problem solve creatively.
Rebecca Staunton '95 turned the lessons she learned as a business major into a successful career in program management.
College of Charleston alumna Ginger Vallen turned her arts management degree into a successful career as the director of special events at Carnegie Hall.
Brian Plexico, a former CofC slugger, endured some heartbreaking strikeouts before hitting a home run and scoring his dream job with Major League Baseball.
Malcolm Kates '16 is spending his gap year studying inherited muscular disorders through a National Institutes of Health Postbac Intramural Research Training Award.